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Membase on Amazon EC2 with EBS

The decision was made and we decided to go with a 2 server solution, each server has 16G of memory and 100G of EBS volume attached to it.

Both will have membase latest stable version installed and perform as a cluster in case one falls or anything happens, a fail safe if you will.

In this post, I will walk you though what was done to perform this and how exactly it was done on the amazon cloud.

Wouldn’t it be easier if there would be an always up-to-date official Membase AMI and the corresponding guide (making sure important details about EBS are not left out)?

Original title and link: Membase on Amazon EC2 with EBS (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.kensodev.com/2011/05/15/install-membase-1-6-5-3-on-amazon-ec2-and-configure-it-on-ebs/